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The future of research on strategies and strategic processing

While our hope is that this Handbook will help researchers in the field, both experienced and new, to understand the history of strategies in the literature as well as state-of-the-art conceptualizations and methods, we also hope these chapters and commentaries will inspire researchers to challenge existing paradigms, refine and possibly replace theoretical frameworks, and trailblaze new methods to uncover how strategies can help learners overcome challenges and solve the complex, dynamic problems that we face in the 21st century. To help readers synthesize across the four sections of the Handbook, Alexander (Chapter 25) has provided a unique and insightful overview of this history, contemporary research, and a vision for future research that can enable us to employ the vast knowledge that we possess about strategies and strategy use to help learners young and old alike.

This Handbook is a unique collaboration of contributions from researchers across a wide array of theoretical frameworks and disciplinary perspectives. We are indeed fortunate as editors that these authors have shared their wisdom and insights and we hope you agree that they have made this Handbook an informative and inspiring guide for the future.

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